The new NIS-2 Directive regarding critical facility resilience is in the pipeline and will affect a number of additional companies. Even companies that are not (yet) affected by the existing NIS Directive would be well-advised to align their IT security measures with it and take far-reaching security precautions.
70% of cloud initiatives fail because employees are not “on board”. You can do better!
Defining an effective cloud strategy and overall considerations of cost-effectiveness are the key elements in good preparation
A focus of IT provision on absolute necessities coordinated across the company and simultaneous measures to reduce technical complexity and increase efficiency and effectiveness succeeded in making significant improvements to the deployment of IT resources
Exploiting various types of potential for further digitization increased speed and quality of process implementation and improved fulfilment of promises given to end customers
Consolidation of complex IT environments and transfer to the cloud reduced the complexity of operations, improved the time-to-market and led to significant savings
During successful implementation of various sourcing projects (outsourcing/offshoring/re-insourcing), involvement of external expertise and experience proved to be a crucial success factor both in project management and in technical/content-related tasks
It was possible to significantly improve the provision of IT services, which had been outsourced to several partners, and their quality by means of clever changes to contracts and various adaptations to the services